The scheme of foliar nutrition of the fruit pit



The scheme of foliar nutrition of the fruit pit: Intense

Accumulation of plastic substances, prevention of fungal diseases
Ecoline Copper Chelate 2-4 л/га OR Ecoline Phosphite (K) 3-4 л/га + Ecoline Boron Premium 1.5 л/га
Increasing the yield and crop quality
Improvement of mineral nutrition conditions
Preservation and development of the gynoecium
Promoting better pollination and fertilization of flowers
Ecoline Boron Premium 1.5 л/га
Green cone Breaking the kidneys Pink bud Flowering After flowering Oviposition Fruit formation Maturation After picking up
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Products that are used in the scheme

The scheme of foliar nutrition of the fruit pit: Basic

Accumulation of plastic substances, prevention of fungal diseases
Ecoline Copper Chelate 2-4 л/га OR Ecoline Phosphite (K) 3-4 л/га + Ecoline Boron Premium 1.5 л/га
Increasing the yield and crop quality
Improvement of mineral nutrition conditions
Preservation and development of the gynoecium
Promoting better pollination and fertilization of flowers
Ecoline Boron Premium 1.5 л/га
Green cone Breaking the kidneys Pink bud Flowering After flowering Oviposition Fruit formation Maturation After picking up
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Products that are used in the scheme

Features of rearing of fruit crops

A group of trees cultures where fruits that contains seeds inside are cash crop. The сultures are demanding to the conditions of mineral nutrition. When developing a mineral nutrition programme, one should consider that these plants are perennial which use certain mineral nutrients for years in order to ensure yearly growth of vegetative mass and form the crop and thus deplete the soil. According to biological peculiarities of fruit and berry cultures, their vegetative period has two major stages: the first one encompasses the time from vegetation to fructification, while the second one takes from fructification to entering winter. In the first stage the plants use their resources for formation and ripening of the fruits. Key elements of mineral nutrition in this period are: nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, boron, iron, and zinc. Foliar feeding is recommended according to the needs of plants. In the second vegetation stage the fruit buds for the next year crop are set, and quite often this process is combined with growth and ripening of fruits. Phosphorus and potassium are preferable for nutrition in the second vegetation stage, while copper and phosphorous in the phosphite form is favourable in the post-harvest period as means of disease prophylaxis.